Formerly a ghetto that was little used in the 1990s, Wynwood has experienced an unprecedented boom over the last 20 years, becoming Miami's most visited art district.
Today its sparkling beauty and attractiveness almost defy the popularity of South Beach.
Divided between the Art District and the Fashion District, Wynwood is the bubbling arty district of Miami. Formerly an industrial area not recommended, its neglected warehouses are nowadays galleries, amenities, museums, bars and art workshops striking colors and electric. One thing is certain: this fulgurating creativity and total freedom of artistic expression on the Wynwood Walls is what brought the neighborhood back to life.
Emblematic place ofurban art in the open air, Wynwood is a celebration of Street Art through the works of Shepart Fairey, Ron English, The Pandilla, David Walker, Kashink and many more. The murals the multitudes of creative styles are offered to the eyes of walkers, without them getting bored. With more than 70 art galleries, museums and collections (Rubell Family Collection, and the MOCA Ascaso Gallery Inc, GGA GALLERY, Vintage Walt Grace, Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art ...) life in Wynwood is an unpredictable and endless artistic discovery. Every second Saturday of the month, the Wynwood Art Walks open the galleries from 18h to 22h, where we drink a glass, we walk from one gallery to another all evening, we discover new creations & #8230;
Every evening, the neighborhood comes to life in the light of ultra-trendy bars and restaurants. If you have not yet set foot in the neighborhood, some are essential as the Wynwood kitchen Bar, the Little Haiti, Alter, 1-800 Lucky or KYU, Joey's.
Art lovers who are attracted to Wynwood have organized their lives close to this district. BARNES offers you a unique selection of apartments for sale in the closest surroundings of this heart to Downtown, Brickell or Edgewaters.
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